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By: Ivette M.
Tampa Bay Womens Care
Dr. Bray is god sent, I appreciate all that she has done for me and my family. Front desk/check in employee was extremely rude and condesending, she should not be in the medical field or around patients. To describe her she was from Hindu descent, and very insensitive.
By: Tim M.
Franks Wellness Clinic
I have been seeing Dr. Frank for several years now. I have seen him at his Tampa office and he has seen me in the hospital. Dr. Frank is a doctor who have a great bed side and also unlike most doctors he listens . Dr. Frank cares about his patients and he will spend the time needed to address your issues. Sometimes this get him into running appointments behind. Some of the patients get upset but I remind them that we are not a assembly line. Also doc will not cut you short when you are being seen. very caring doctor that hears you. I have seen Doctor Franks for Primary Care and also Pain management. I will tell you Dr. Frank will blow you away with his knowledge. if you want the best then I say see Dr. Frank and be patient. The Staff also is a complete team. DR frank is a 5+ Doctor. You will be pleased.
By: Scott S.
MD & Wellness Ctr
Hello,I would like to inform any of you looking for a new Medical Doctor, then you have found an excellent one at his office. As for myself I have been plagued throughout time with an extreme assortment of health conditions. This means when I moved down South to Tampa I would have to search for a well balanced MD. I wanted the fact He or She would follow and treat my ailments. Hooray, I have found one and that is Dr Jose Cruz. I encourage anyone looking for a Doctor to definitely, go be seen by this Doctor.God Bless You All
By: tampa_sports
Braun Edward W Dr PA
I'm a 31 yr female who has been coming here for past year. During 4 visits I was taken to small office and had to wait over 45 minuets to see doctor every time I come here. Staff needs to schedule management Better. Very stressful environment.
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By: rebecca.duncan.9279
Windsor Medical Clinic
Dr Ubani as well as her staff are not only the most professional group I have ever incountered, but also the most caring and dedicated doctor and staff that goes above and beyond the call of duty. I realize how cliché that sounds, but after many years of searching and even more horrifying experiences with doctors that either don't have time to listen to you, or make you feel like you're waisting their time, Dr. Ubani and staff almost make you feel like they're reading your mind. They are completely understanding, compassionate, and make you feel comfortable with every visit, you leave feeling confident that you understand any issues you may be dealing with.
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